Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

Over The Moon

A feminist space adventure about kick-ass comic book heroine Connie Radar as she attempts to prevent the first moon landing.

Award-winning director James Cunningham and the talented visual effects students at Auckland’s Media Design School bring The Comic Book Factory heroine Connie Radar and her bumbling sidekick Julius to life for this intergalactic comedy • Based on the Comics by Karl Wills.

Skhizein // A Film by Jeremy Clapin

Having been struck by a 150-ton meteorite, Henry has to adapt to living precisely ninety-one centimeters from himself.

Directed by Jérémy Clapin • Written by Jérémy Clapin & Stéphane Piera • Music: Nicolas Martin.

Chess by Etienne Vautrin

“Chess” is a student short film by Etienne Vautrin (Ecole Emile Cohl).

Animated Short Film: Tsunami

Haru returns home in denial after a tsunami, where he must learn to deal with his loss through an encounter with a magical sea Spirit.

“Tsunami” was made by a team of third year Character Animation and CG Arts students as graduation film at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark.

Direction: Sofie Nørgaard Kampmark • Art Direction: Jess Nicholls.
Animation: Steffen Christensen • Pernille Kofod Hansen • Michelle From.

Lebensader by Angela Steffen

A little girl finds the whole world in a leaf.

Story, Design, Direction & Animation: Angela Steffen • Additional Animation: C. Tambour.

Produced at the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects & Digital Postproduction
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, under care of Ged Haney.

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BREATHE by Toby Meakins

A ghost story about a girl you can only see when you hold your breath.

Directed by Toby Meakins • Written by Toby Meakins & Simon Allen.

The Arctic Fox by Annlin Chao

An Arctic fox who escaped from the zoo, began his incredible journey.

Directed by Annlin Chao • Music by Ying Chih Chen.

Ocean Gravity by Guillaume Néry & Julie Gautier

Welcome to the confusing world of Ocean Gravity, a short film that takes us into the world of weightlessness. Just like in space, there is no high or low, there is no longer front and back.

Directed by Guillaume Néry & Julie Gautier // With Guillaume Néry.

Confusion Through Sand

This film was entirely hand-animated on recycled paper.

Confusion Through Sand is tense and at times borders on horrific.

However, it does not glorify war and it does not make it feel manly or like a video game.
The film represents the deep confusion of young men in very difficult circumstances, on both sides of the hostility. We follow a young soldier, but there is no hero.

A Visual Poem: Nostalgia

A visual poem directed by Judith Veenendaal • Written & spoken by Johnny B.A.N.G. Reilly.